As you can see in the opening photo via AppleInsider, via the Hollywood Reporter, Mr. Kutcher's Getty Images do appear to have an uncanny resemblance to the tech genius at least when he was a young man back in his former hippie days, and at the beginning of Apple.
Mr. Kutcher apparently will be shooting the new bio film while on hiatus from his recording of Two and a Half Men, a role he took over from disgraced Charlie Sheen. In addition to Mr. Kutcher playing Steve Jobs, Sony Pictures is considering hiring either George Clooney or Noah Wyle to play the part the iconic founder of Apple in another biographical film based on Walter Isaacson's official biography. Interestingly, Noah Wyle previously played the part of Steve Jobs in the movie, "Pirates of Silicon Valley."
In conclusion, and in consideration of all that Steve has done in changing the lives of just about everyone in the modern world via computer hardware, software, music, and movies themselves, there couldn't be any better subject for a movie than Steve Jobs himself.
And that's my 2 cents 4 this sunny, mild Monday, April 02, 2012